Another highly-anticipated festival ticket on-sale will take place this evening at 7pm - Latitude 2011 will be 'opening its doors' for purchasing weekend passes and other options for the sixth edition of the successful mid-sized gathering at Southwold's Henham Park in Suffolk.
This year, Latitude will take place from Thursday 14th to Sunday 17th July and, once again, promises to be just as much of a must-see as last year's line-up which included Florence and the Machine, Belle and Sebastian, Vampire Weekend, Nigel Kennedy, The National, The XX, Grizzly Bear and Everything Everything and has previously attracted big names as unlikely as Grace Jones!
Full details of tickets and the first batch of the opening acts will be revealed at 7pm sharp - be there!
The 2011 event will be headlined by The National, Suede, Paolo Nutini and Foals.
Other music acts on the bill: Anna Calvi, Avi Buffalo, The Bees, Bellowhead, Bright Eyes, British Sea Power, Caitlin Rose, Caribou, Chapel Club, Crocodiles, Crystal Fighters, C.W. Stoneking, Deerhunter, The Duke And The King, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, Edwyn Collins, Esben and the Witch, Everything Everything, Fight Like Apes, Foster The People, Glasser, Gold Panda, Graffiti 6, Hurts, I Am Kloot, KT Tunstall, Jenny and Johnny, Isobel Campbell & Mark Lanegan, Kele, The Leisure Society, Lloyd Cole, Marques Toliver, My Morning Jacket, The Naked and The Famous, OMD, Paloma Faith, Phidel, Rumer, Thea Gilmore, Tripwires, Trophy Wife, The Vaccines, Villagers, Violens, Wanda Jackson, The Waterboys and Yann Tiersen.
Comedy will be provided by Omid Djalili, Jason Byrne, Phill Jupitus, Jon Richardson, Brendon Burns, Greg Davies, Danny Bhoy, Richard Herring, Tom Wrigglesworth, Rob Rouse, Seann Walsh, John Shuttleworth, Roisin Conaty, Doc Brown, Josh Widdicombe, Nick Helm, Idiots Of Ants, Lady Garden and Katherine Ryan.
Poetry for 2011 will come from: Linton Kewsi Johnson, Jo Shapcott, Simon Armitage, Tim Key, Saul Williams, Sophie Hannah, Luke Wright, Kate Tempest, Kate Fox News, Mr B The Gentleman Rhymer, Tim Clare, Joel Stickley, Luke Kennard, Yanny Mac, Clare Pollard, Mark Grist and English Touring Theatre.